Paul Crawford, a Northern Ireland Vet who won Omagh day’s ‘Frank Mullan’ Trophy for his talk on ‘Save money and the Environment – Anaesthesia’, will be lecturing on the topic of ‘Farm animal anaesthesia tips’ at conference on Sunday. After graduating from the Royal Veterinary College Paul completed his RCVS Anaesthesia Certificate. He has worked in University Teaching Hospitals in the UK, Ireland and Canada. Currently Paul is based in Northern Ireland where he provides an anaesthesia consultancy service as well as undertaking some surgical work in first opinion practice.
Catherine Forsythe, our speaker on ‘Pathology in Practice’ will be starting our Sunday morning lecture programme for L/A improvers. She will be taking a selection of interesting and unusual post mortem cases. Catherine qualified from the RVC in 2006 and spent seven years in mixed practice before joining AFBI in 2013 as a veterinary pathologist. Her caseload involves all species from the smallest birds to the largest sea mammals and everything in between, often in the same day. Her main interest is in farm animal pathology, but with a large local poultry industry she is also enjoying developing her expertise in this area.
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